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Lebanese journalist Fidaa Itani was released Tuesday following an interrogation by the Internal Security Forces' Cybercrimes Bureau the day before and overnight detention at a Beirut police station.In the Facebook post, written in Arabic on June 30, Itani condemned what he saw as the Lebanese Army's mistreatment of Syrian refugees.Hours before his interrogation Monday, Itani shared a blog post announcing that he was set to be interrogated "for a case that has not officially been disclosed to me yet".His brother, Houssam, told The Daily Star Itani was summoned following a legal complaint filed by Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil.
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